Informatics Doctorate Programs
Informatics graduate programs help to prepare students for a variety of career options in the exciting and evolving field of informatics. Informatics is the science of computer information systems, a growing field in this digital age where individuals and corporations increasingly assess and process information. Academic informatics programs involve the practices of information processing and the engineering of information systems.
Depending on whether you’re passionate about health, science, or business informatics, there are different types of degrees that you can earn from informatics doctorate programs. Some featured degrees include a Ph.D. Computational Sciences and Informatics, and Information Studies PhD, and the Ph.D.Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Informatics (IGPI).
Focus your search for a Doctorate degree in informatics by campus type You can also search by location to study informatics nearby or look into online and hybrid Ph.D. informatics degree programs for a more flexible learning schedule for working students.
In a world that is increasingly digital and online, the use of computer information systems could prove to be an exciting career path that may take you to various industries. Enhancing your education starts with looking into the many informatics graduate program options today!
- Iowa City, IAIowa City, IA
University of Iowa
Informatics denotes an emerging field of study at the intersection of the computational disciplines with the humanities, arts, and the natural, biological, health, and social sciences. Largely fueled by the rapid development of information technology wi...
- Milwaukee, WIMilwaukee, WI
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
The Doctor of Philosophy in Information Studies prepares graduates for academic and professional careers where an in-depth ...
- Fairfax, VAFairfax, VA
George Mason University
- Flagstaff, AZFlagstaff, AZ
Northern Arizona University
The doctoral program in Informatics and Computing prepares graduate students to work in the transformative "fourth paradigm" of science and engineering, an interdisciplinary field relying on Big Data and advanced software, hardware, and statistics skills.
- Ungerdorf, AustriaUngerdorf, Austria
Fully funded joint doctoral program on Logical Methods in Computer Science (LogiCS). The applicants are expected to have completed an excellent master's degree in computer science, mathematics, or a related field.